Wednesday 5 June 2013 1:44 AM Chicago Police Department Case # NONE Employees at the always “interesting” Subway restaurant, 901 W. Belmont, reported a male, black, wearing a black hoodie and red pants was selling drugs in their store. The dealer shuffled away before cops arrived.
Tuesday 4 June 2013 3:06 AM How about them apples? That’s two quiet nights in a row. Just a couple of curiosities: At 3:07AM, a 911 caller said a bunch of cross-dressing assailants in a black truck threatened her with a gun outside the Belmont L station. Police toured the area thoroughly, spoke with the
One of Amarri C. Bowens’ many, many, many mugshots. (Image: Cook County Sheriff’s Office) The Chicago Tribune today carries the story of Amarri C. Bowens. In his short 22 years on this planet, Bowens has racked up 77 arrests, including his most recent dickish move: Stealing $29.89 worth of Starburst candy from the Addison L station
The monthly Chicago Police neighborhood meeting for Wrigleyville and Boystown is scheduled for this Wednesday at 7PM at the 19th district police station, 850 W. Addison Street. The meetings have been interesting historically in that it’s “interesting” to have uniformed police officers openly lie to you. The meetings have become somewhat more truthful in recent
Sunday 2 June 20131:53 AMChicago Police Department Case #HW300721 A man was robbed of his wallet behind Slugger’s Bar, 3540 N. Clark Street. The victim said a short-haired male, black, about 5’10” tall, 160 pounds, wearing a white T-shirt strong-armed him and fled.
Image: DIYLOL.COM Sunday 2 June 20133:40 AMPolice dispatchers delighted an overworked police force early this morning with a report of a male, white wearing a white T-shirt and a blue baseball hat walking on Waveland Avenue behind Wrigley Field with a crossbow. A couple of officers toured the area and quickly dismissed the call as
Saturday 1 June 2013Chicago Police Department Case #SEE BELOWIt’s been a while since the antics of Wrigleyville’s Clark Street crowd has stolen the spotlight from Halsted Street. But that’s exactly what happened Saturday night into this morning. 11:00PM: Officers found a man “with his head cracked open” in the street at Sheffield and Addison. Witnesses
1:14AM: A man called 911 to report that two white male offenders had just beaten him up at Wang’s bar, 3317 N. Broadway. The two Chuck Liddell wannabes were arrested for battery. Chicago Police case #HW299316 2:17AM: A resident dialed 911 to report that a male white wearing a blue v-neck tshirt and jeans ran
Photographic evidence proves that baseball bats were once used to play baseball in Wrigleyville. Friday 31 May 2013Chicago Police Department Case #SEE BELOW Heads were crackin’ up and down Halsted Street this morning. At least one victim seems to be okay with it. Here’s your overnight rundown: 12:42AM: A police tactical unit wandered into a
Friday 24 May 2013 2:30 AM Chicago Police Department Case #HW288457 A Wrigleyville robbery that was reported to 18th district officers at the Fullerton L station last Friday morning has been confirmed. According to police, the victim was robbed at gunpoint directly across from Wrigley Field.
The 70 most robbery laden blocks in Chicago last year. Note: The11600 block of S. Halsted and the 1600 block of W. Howard are cropped out due to size constraints. Are you like us? Do your uninformed friends, co-workers, and acquaintances roll their eyes and tell you how crazy you are when you say that
Where are you most likely to be robbed in Wrigleyville and Boystown? CWB collected Chicago Police Department reports and crunched the numbers. One quick note before we get to the Most Dangerous Streets list. Robberies occurring on CTA platforms and in CTA stations are included in our totals. However, we have removed robberies that occurred
Memorial Day Weekend ended with an uneventful, pleasant night in Wrigleyville and Boystown. Later today on CWB: Which neighborhood streets are you most likely to be robbed on? Other than the 900 block of West Belmont, silly. We’ll have the rundown and at least one spot will surprise you. Now, about last night. That was